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. law enforcement officers from around the state are gathering. >> we will bring you complete live coverage for the next few hours of the memorial and the procession that has wrapped up. this is video of the 33-mile long procession that stretched two miles with 200 vehicles. it began at the santa cruz boardwalk this morning. >> travel on highway 17 to the h.p. pavilion, people were lined up saluting the fallen officers. we have crews spread out from the south bay to santa cruz. we will continue on, after our news would normally end at 11:30 and stay with the service until it is done. we are always streaming it live if you on abc7news.com. >> good morning on this sad day. >> 51-year-old detective sergeant loran "butch" baker and detective elizabeth butter were killed in the line of duty. >> abc7 news reporter, cornell reporter sex live in santa cruz, where the procession began. we are live over h.p. pavilion. but, first, our reporter is on the ground. laura? >> i am standing at the north side of h.p. pavilion. there were hundreds of law enforcement folks mostly standing out here wai
the ground. laura? >> i am standing at the north side of h.p. pavilion. there were hundreds of law enforcement folks mostly standing out here waiting to go inside. you can see they have opened the doors. most of them have gone in. there were some members of the public in that group standing out here. some of them are associated with various law enforcement from the bay area. that included a couple we met from santa cruz who volunteer with the police department and their daughter was the dispatcher on duty when detective baker and butler were gunned down. well hear from them. >> it shows that officers that are sworn to protect us put their lives on the line every moment of every day they are on duty. it is a same we have to lose sergeant baker and detective butler in this way for our community to come together and realize the respect that we must show law enforcement and their officers. >> we definitely want to support not only the santa cruz p.d. but the families of the officers and it is so very, very tragic. >> we have video coming out. >> those folks, their daughter was the disp
or down. up, man's old age dream, the ultimate and individual freedom consistent with law and order, or down to the ant heap of owe toa tal tehranism totalitarianism. those who would trade freedom for security have embarked on this downward course. given the top of this discussion, the asserted power of the president to take the life of a u.s. citizen on u.s. soil without due process of law, that last portion bears reading again. those who would trade our freedom for security have embarked on this downward course to the ant heap of totalitarianism. in this vote harvesting time, they use terms like the great society, or as we were told a few days ago by the president, we must accept a greater government activity in the affairs of the people. but they've been a little more ex applies it in the past and among themselves. and of all of the things i now will quote have appeared in print. these are not republican accusations. for example, they have voices that say -- quote -- "the cold war will end through our acceptance of a not undemocratic socialism." another voice says "the profit mot
/11, that's when she decided to go into the law enforcement field. of course her most important job was a mother to her kids. >> i met her -- she met her husband in san francisco at a ceramics glass. ann, you've been there all morning long. procession, left at 8:35 from cruise and arrived there after 10:00. >> the city had a tricky challenge here. originally the city of santa cruz wanted to hold it in their own community, for obvious reasons, but there wasn't just a venue that was large enough to accommodate the thousands of people that wanted to attend. that's when they decided to move it here this is from the large procession that started at 9:00. it started at the santa cruz beach boardwalk. hundreds of cars lined up there. many of them officers from the santa cruz pd and others from local jurisdictions. they traveled 33 miles. difficult for traffic in that area along highway 17 when that was going on. they took up both lanes and went 30 miles per hour. exiting on san jose and julian street. it's been nice to see how the city has turned out i
measure's guns. would they love them too much. bulls. ridiculous laws pop up around the united states. whether it be a seven round limit going into the gun three day waiting period. other things called the narc laws. if you don't tell on somebody else in your office place that has a gun you yourself can be fired. these are these crazy laws. this is one more step to try to limit the use of gun control in this country. >> also the idea of this law, too. is to send a message. the message is that people that purchase ammunition has something wrong with. they they are angry and need therapy. >> therapy. if you use the same rationale that they are going to use with gun control to other things in life. like when you turn 16, more than likely you are going to get a speeding ticket at some point in your life. put you in defensive driving school and put you saturdays. 21 get your first drink or buy your first bottle of wine. might become alcoholic. put new alcoholic's anonymous. considering that cardiovascular disease is the number one. when you go to buy your first stick of butter weight loss
: what is your background? >> at american university, i teach a combination of business law and actually don't really teach in the way international law courses and public international law. i am a visiting fellow at the hoover institution in california, nonresident senior fellow at the brookings institution in washington d.c. and in those areas, most international security, this book, i am proud to say was published by the institution press, and i have a background that is schizophrenic, i have a background in finance and business and tax law and that sort of stuff. earlier in my career i was a long time non-profit lawyer and that sort of stuff, and general counsel to the george soros foundation and the open society. i have drifted to the right i have to say some what. before that i was the director of the human rights watch arms division in new york. i have another career in on profits of but also sort of the long background in transactional business practices a lot of which involve development and finance and international development issues and one of the things i enjoy it was the ch
the cpr. i did some research and found out even under the california good samaritan law, the nurse would have been covered by the culpability, we're unsure if she would have been fired for violating the protocol. >>> eye know you'll have more for us later on. >> vice president joe biden joined a gathering in selma, alabama. a commemoration, the day known as bloody sunday. it was 48 years ago this month, when alabama state troopers and others attacked a peaceful march. the group was marching from selma, to montgomery, in support of what would become the voting rights act. victor blackwell is live from selma where you've got a sizeable gathering behind you there. victor, voting rights is back in the forefront because of a new case before the u.s. supreme court. vice president biden, will he and any others be addressing that? >> yes, the vice president spoke at a brunch a few moments ago and the man on the stage behind us is a special counsel with the naacp legal defense fund. he argued alongside donald verilli, the u.s. solicitor general in front of the supreme court to uphold the reauthor
: a tale of two states." it's about how tougher laws are forcing californians to buy guns in nevada. >>> the oakland tribune has the story new law has schools scram j for supplies. it's about a new california law banning school fees for classroom items and activities and requiring students to bring their own materials needed for school. the law was created after the state was sued over the fees. california's constitution guarantees the right to a free public education. >>> income inequality in america has received renewed attention with president obama's push for a higher minimum wage. that proposal has been roundly opposed by republicans who say it will kill jobs. but my next guest argues in a new op-ed the gop should lead the charge against inequality with major tax reforms and investing in our infrastructure. joining me now is sheila bair, former share woman of the fdic and offer of "bull by the horns." sheila, a welcome i tell you i love the title of your op-ed. you add one vowel and it changes everything. i love that. with party to parody. you're argument really focuses on how
. the emotions inside were carried from outside. right after the memorial service and all of the law enforcement agencies formed a tunnel. and the cars that were carrying the families. hundreds of them were in a salute as the cars drove by. there was also a fly over with one half dozen helicopters. many enforcement up and down california from the bay area and even in neighboring states. here to pay their respects. i spoke with officers including the deputy from the santa cruz. who gave the eulogy about what they thought of the service and how it will forever change them. >> it is a beautiful ceremony and a fitting tribute. i happen to know that he worked for porch in santa cruz to four he went to another agency. i will miss him. >> the best we that we can honor those officers that lost their lives is for us to go out and do our best every day every day. >> to see that many people honored us is more than what i can put into words it is uplifting. i know that the hard work is ahead and we have a lot of support out there. for people that care about us. i think that we will get through this. if it c
to a law enforcement memorial and public intoxication. this happened on friday, the first day back on the job for santa cruz police officers following tuesday's killing of sergeant butch baker and detective elizabeth butler. >>> and tragic news this evening from the annual escape from alcatraz triathlon in san francisco. this morning, we know it's grueling, but this morning a man from austin, texas died as he began the swim portion of the race. race officials believe the 46-year-old must have suffered a massive cardiac event during the first part of the triathlon which begins at alcatraz island. we talked with the race organizer, who says in the race's 3-year history, nearly 100,000 athletes have participated and this is the first time someone has died. >> the gentleman received assistance right when it happened. i mean, that's all you can ask for if you're an athlete. if you're an athlete and something happens, you want to get assistance as soon as something happens to you in the water or on the bike or on the run. and he got that assistance today. unfortunately, any type of assis
to suspend the $16.4 trillion debt limit. they would pass a law to dock lawmakers' pay unless the democratally-controlled senate passes a budget, which it hasn't done in nearly four years. >> i think that was a gimmick. just giving barack obama a blank check for four months is inane as far as i'm concerned. >> reporter: he told me that he is very concerned about cuts in the military and says we need to increase the spending in the military and there is a better way to apply the cuts. >> eric: on the other side, john, president obama blames the republicans that, john boehner won't sit dun to talk about the fiscal situation. americans are sick of this going from crisis to crisis. what can come down the road, do you think? >> reporter: paul brown says there is a better way to do this. and in fact, that may be in the works. despite what you heard gene sperling just say about when republicans feel the depth and the pain from these cuts, maybe they will get religion. they are already at work on an alternative to this sequester as laid out, the budget chief paul ryan says he has agre
meeting on wednesday. teachers must be notified about possible layoffs by march 15th. >>> a new state law banning public school fees is causing a lot of confusion. the law prohibits schools for charging fees for classroom items and activities. schools are prohibited for requiring students to bring certain materials to class. schools and teachers are trying to raise money for field trips and school supplies. they say they're not sure exactly what the law allows. supporters of the law say it was necessary because charging fees was putting a financial burden on low income families. >>> the finishing touches are being made this evening at a project turning the bay bridge in to a 1.8-mile long massive light show. it could mean big business to the cities. >> reporter: in the daylight you may not notice the changes to the bay bridge. but look closer. those tiny dots on the cables are l.e.d. lights. on tuesday night, the lights go on for a two-year light show. ben davis conceived of the idea. now after two and a half years and $6 million in private funds raised, the artist has made it a reality.
this when it comes down to corporate law? >> no. she peddles perfection and her business dealings are messy. the story is so interesting, her name and brand mean something -- to almost anyone who knows martha stewart, her brand is simple and clean and good lines, right? when you look at the business dealings between macy's, j.c. penney and martha stewart it's not so simle and clean and bright colors -- >> hold that thought for a second. i want to bring in our legal panel because this is like contract law. sunny hostin and randy zellin, shouldn't it state in black and white whether you can be exclusive? >> the loirsz for martha stewart, she has the best money can buy. she says there's a loophole in contract that someone didn't do their job years ago when this first contract was entered into and there is an exclusion so that she can do this deal j.c. penney bought about 70% of her company. this is a big deal and i can't imagine she went in it blind. this woman is a force to be reccened with, she's smart and savvy business woman -- >> this couldn't have been an accidental deal. randy, i want t
cyber crime laws. their efforts to boost security inside the government. dagen: putting a wet blanket over our nation's capital. connell: time for stocks now. good morning, nicole. nicole: good morning. what a day on wall street. obviously, another exciting day for the bulls out there. you are seeing so many stocks in the green. the bank stocks doing very well. the tech heavy nasdaq is pulling back as well. the nasdaq had been down for four days. when i think of hess, i think of names like google. obviously, not a bad day for the bulls. packing onto yesterdays gains. dagen: thank you. connell: the question after the record close for the dow is how long will this rally last. dagen: we are joined by charles payne and elizabeth macdonald. charles is on every day, you, elizabeth, are not. elizabeth, what do you say? liz: this market is retracing the exact same pattern it did in 2011, 2012. he is saying, you know, watch the members of the dow. the fact that aig, citigroup, gm are no longer in the dow really matter to him. private margins will not hit the peak levels they sell in 2011 and 2
's decision to end telecom muting. the move came after marissa meyer checked the virtual private network laws. they use that program to log in when they work from home. apparently it showed employees weren't logging in enough and that led to her announcement last week that it will end in june. they need a more collaborative company culture. >>> they took resident insist the peninsula for a little ride along. they took to facebook and twitter for a virtual ride along. they posted pictures and documented stories on the night while patrolling in san carlos. >> it is a push to react with the community and show them we are on the same team. >> the more they know about the neighborhood and the people in the neighborhood, it is for the better. >> these are some from the event. it lasted until midnight. more than two dozen firefighters will report for duty for the first time this morning, the new firefighters were hired after more than a year of station brownouts and layoffs and $8 million federal grant is paying for their salaries and benefits. they took a 10% salary cut to help the department make
:00. >> the house just fell through. the bedroom floor collapsed. my brother-in-law is in there. >> reporter: bush was on his bed when suddenly the floor caved in. he and the bedroom were swallowed up by a sinkhole that would become 40 feet wide and 100-feet deep. ground-penetrating radars scanning for soft spots found many. two neighboring homes also in danger of a collapse at any moment. families had just 20 minutes to get their belongings and go. now bush's family and friends are trying to move on. but just looking at what's left reminds them how quickly a life can change. and end. >> jeff laid his head down on his pillow to go to sleep. and he never got out of bed. >> reporter: crews will finish that demolition today. what happens next we just don't know because they're going to get that first real look at that sinkhole. robin? >> okay, gio, thank you very much. >> sad story. >> but, george, you had an interesting sunday. >> surreal is another word. we have a followup now to my interview with dennis rodman. on "this week" yesterday, i pressed for details on the meeting with kim jong-un. no ame
's home state of illinois. mike tobin is live in chicago. mike, what are they doing with the gun laws where they have had so much gun violence over the past couple years? >> reporter: you know, martha, what they're going after now is mandatory minimum sentencing. what is interesting the focus with this latest push is really on the illegal weapons. with gun violence part of almost every night in chicago, the mayor, police superintendent, district attorney, want to increase the penalty for illegal gun possession to 3 1/2 years. they also are pushing for truth in sentencing, to guaranty that a convict does not do just a fraction of his time. >> when you commit a serious gun offense you should serve the time. the victims deserve it, the public demands it, and the criminal justice system should deliver it. report or the now high-profile community activity father michael flager is in sync with city leaders and he says unabashedly that they are seizing on the emotion of little haditha pendleton the girl killed after performing at at president's inauguration and sandy hook elementary to furth
prostitutes is one part of what law enforcement officials say that they are looking into, with regard to menendez. another big part of it, maybe the biggest part of it, allegations that he used his influence to help one of his biggest donors and that is still, we understand, being investigated bit fbi and also here in the senate by the ethics committee. >> that part still under investigation. dana bash on the hill for us. dana, thank you. >>> in most cases the birth of a baby a happy occasion. even when a surrogate is involved. but that is not so for a couple in connecticut and their surrogate. this is more like a nightmare. this is a story, this is unreal. you have to stick around. we're talking about it. elizabeth cohen will tell us the story. the panel will react. i want your tweets @brookeb at cnn. everyone's retirement dream is different; how we get there is not. we're americans. we work. we plan. ameriprise advisors can help you like they've helped millions of others. to help you retire your way, with confidence. ♪ that's what ameriprise financial does. that's what they can do
to capture bin laden's son-in-law. an mazing story how they're going to bring him to the united states and how they found him? what is he saying tonight? >> do you know who has the happiest jobs in america? results are in. we're going to see if we can surprise you with them tonigh >>> walking could be a prescription for helping stroke survivors live belter lives. a study studdeed affects of walking on the health of 130 people that had strokes those who regularly walked reported a significant improvement in their kault of live. they also walked 17% farther in a test. >> will power can apparently be purchased. a study finds programs offering financial incentives to help people lose weight can work at least initially. the study done with mayo clinic employees found a system win sentives and penalties works best. participants were paid but had to pony up money when gaining weight. research will be discussed this weekend in san francisco. >> questions being raised about the health right after this frk a popular type of manicure keeping nails looking brighter and better, longer. perhaps you'
of the region's law enforcement officers drove to san jose three armed men robbed a bank in nearby capitola. witnesses tell police the robbers pointed handguns, shoved some employees and escaped with an undisclosed amount of cash. >> people know that we're, you know, that a lot of the officers are going to be over there honoring the fallen officers and it's just really disappointing. it's disgusting to me. >> several capitola officers were at the services but even with minimum staffing levels, a police sergeant said he did have enough officers to investigate the robbery and cover the rest of the city. >> there is a new move in the legislature to end gun shows at the cow palace. a bill authored by senator mark leno would require local approval of the event. the board of supervisors in both san francisco and san mateo county would weigh in. and that may mean an end to the shows since supervisors have passed resolutions banning them in the past. >>> this is the day san jose officials plan to close a homeless camp in their downtown area by the airport. warn
. the law would apply to new gun shops. it comes after neighbors voice concerns over the opening of a gun shop. one member has questioned why local authorities granted permission for the store to operate before it obtained its sales permit. the plan needs votes from four of five councilmembers in order to pass. >>> the vallejo school board will layoff dozens of teachers when it meets on wednesday. the school district proposes cutting the equivalent of 46 full time positions from its budget. the state law requires them to notify teachers of layoffs by march 15th. >>> starting tomorrow, parking meter fees are going up around at&t park. the meter hours are being extended until 10:00 p.m. monday through saturday around the ballpark. the rates will be 25 cents an hour from 6:00 to 10:00. on event days, the rate wraith will increase to $7 an hour. >>> still to come, tragedy out of new york. a story of tragedy and survival as the couple heads to the hospital to have their first child. and cardinals from around the globe descend on rome. a look at the activity that will begin in just hours. and t
in mike brooks working his blackberry as i'm bringing him in here. our law enforcement analyst at our sister network, hln. this lear jet 45 is headed from this smaller airport to the massive st. louis airport, presumably to a myriad of ambulances on the ground there as well. >> right. they have a better eter aircra rescue firefighting capability. it is a larger -- it is a larger runway. >> concrete is their friend, is what miles said. >> right. and as they're flying around, burning off the fuel, you don't want to have weight and any kind of fire. but going to lambert field in st. louis it a larger airport, major airport, because where we saw them flying around, where we have been watching for the last number of minutes, you've only saw four fire apparatus interth. i would want the best aircraft rescue firefighting capability possible and longer runway. that means lambert field. >> have you seen something like this in person? >> yes, i have. >> what happens? i know each landing is different. but what has happened? >> there is a possibility, because it is a larger field, they have to c
we promised the american people we would in a law the president signed a year and a half ago. we said we're open to discussing how to reconfigure those spending reductions without raising taxes. >> keeping the top line. >> the president seems to be not interested in reducing this amount of spending even though he signed the bill a year and a half ago. >> yet we are -- >> we think it's important to the american people to keep this commitment. we're willing to do it. we're willing to talk about reconfiguring the same spending over the next several months. american people say, gee, i've had to cut my budget more than this probably on numerous occasions over the past four years because we've had such a tepid economy for four long years. i think they expect us to keep the commitment we made. >> so we are told that the president has called in recent days since your meeting with him on friday some republicans and democrats he thinks are willing to look at tax revenues on the side of sequestration to get rid of these automatic budget cuts. i'm going to assume you are not one of the republican
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. >> reporter: the queen's granddaughter in law kate spent several days at the same hospital in december with severe morning sickness. it's the preferred hospital for members of the royal family. palace officials say the queen has called off the pb look appearances for the-- pkly appearance -- public appearance for the week she usual list has 350 engagements in a year. she last canceled one in october when she had back trouble. as she gets older palace aides are careful not to take chance was her health. but her majesty who is not one to make a fuss was careful not to stay in the hospital any longer than necessary. tina krause, cbs news london. >> glad she is feeling bet another she looks good. >> how are you feeling? >> i am feeling fantastic next to you guys. >> two cups of coffee and less than 20 minutes. >> and i am ready to go today. >> we give outweather. >> hey, we are -- you the weather. >> hey, around the bay area break up outside. stubborn out in some parts. over the bay, you can see clouds continuing there. and well, it's going to be slow
for law enforcement personnel might be going to the service. >>> meanwhile a memorial has been growing outside the santa cruz police department since the officers were killed more than a week ago. this is a live picture that continues to grow. pictures, flowers, all from folks mourning the loss of the members of the department as they all prepare to pay their final respects to their two fellow officers later today. >>> kpix 5 will have live coverage of today's memorial beginning here on channel 5 at noon. >>> with that funeral procession there are going to be some traffic issues and elizabeth has more with a look at alternate routes. >> yeah. especially along highway 17. that procession the mile long procession is only going 30 to 40 miles per hour and so it's going to last for hours beginning at 8:45 and near the boardwalk and then eventually getting to hp pavilion in downtown san jose by 11 a.m. exiting off the guadalupe parkway at julian. so talking about alternates. the best bet is state route 129 in watsonville. it's a long way to go towards 101
for them. i also want to pray for all law enforcement personnel. i thank you for every police officer, every firefighter, every sheriff, every first responder. they endangered their lives for us every day until the day you make wars to cease to the ends of the earth. please bless them and let them sense our
that you know there were 240 discrimenatory voting laws blocked by title 5. my father used to remind us that if you did something against the people for hundreds of years then you have to do something for them as well. we are not there yet. there is still a lot of racial hostility and animosity in our nation. and we need to get to a place where we can have political and social discourses not as hostile and racial. that is why we have the king center to teach people how to resolve conflicts so we don't go back to such a horrible period of time. >> yesterday kevin murphy app l apologized of the abuses. and passed his badge to congressman john lewis. what do gestures like this do for wounds of the past? >> you know, interestingly enough at the beginning of this year i called this a year of healing and reconciliation. i am so glad and also commend the police chief in montgomery for extending that apology to john lewis because i think it is healing. i think it appeals to other people who may be out there and have been afraid. hopefully it will bring them forward. it helps to begin to forge
, areas in the 16 states covered by the law. >> you can, you know, say maybe this district shouldn't be covered, maybe this one should be covered. the formula seems to be working pretty well in terms of going after the actual violations on the ground and who's committing them." and why would we vote in favor of a county whose record is the epitome of what caused the passage of this law to start with? >> reporter: but the koert's conservatives told us that congress didn't look at the most up to date evidence when it last renewed the law in 2006. >> do you know which state has the worst ratio of white voter turnout to african-american voter turnout? >> i do not. >> massachusetts. do you know what has the best? where african-american turnout actually exceeds white turnout? mississippi. is it the government's submission that the citizens in the south are more racist than citizens in the north? >> it is not. >> the formula was rational and effective in 1965. the court upheld it then. it upheld it three more times after that. >> well, the marshal plan was very good, too. the morrill act.
these automatic budget cuts to become law. when the president signed the sequester order a number of agencies across government were notified how much they have to cut. it may be months, if ever, that the public feels the direct impact of these cuts. but in a sign of political exhaustion, both the president and the speaker are signaling they won't do battle over funding government the rest of the year, taking the prospect of the government shutdown at the end of this month off the table. there's still optimism both parties can forge some grand bargain on taxes, spending and entitlements much later this year. >> i think we need to do a big agreement for the country. >> bipartisan compromise on revenue, raising tax with serious entitlement reform. >> reporter: meanwhile as republicans use the sequester debate as a rallying cry to move on from 2012, it's clear mitt and ann romney are still grab e grappling with their loss. >> obviously it was a winning campaign. it worked. >> do you think it was fair? >> no. >> the president had the power of incumbency. obamacare was very attractive, particular
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family are usually treated. the queen's granddaughter-in-law kate spent several days in the hospital with morning sickness. she'll likely be given fluids through iv to avoid dehydration, which is common with stomach ailments. her majesty who turns 87 next month has canceled all public engagements this week. she celebrated 60 years on the throne last year and aides say she will be anxious to get better and get back to work. the last time the queen canceled an engagement was last october we she had a bad back. she's hoping this stay will be a short one. it's been ten years since she's been in the hospital. the last time was for a knee operation back in 2003. anne-marie. >> hope she gets better soon. tina kraus in london, thank you. >>> well, doctors say they have apparently cured someone stricken with a virus that causes aids. the patient is a baby born in mississippi who is now 2 1/2 years old. the child has been off medication for about a year with no signs of hiv infection. doctors at the university of mississippi started treating the baby within 30 hours of birth
are introducing a brand-new bill that would make work a condition for collecting welfare. it's a law once enacted under president bill clinton but later gutted under president obama. the hope? that it would help welfare recipients get off government ben if iefits and save taxpayer money. does this bill have a shot? david harsani is the senior reporter for human events. he joins us live here. good morning to you. what's the president trying to do? >> he's trying to expand the welfare state. i think he believes that government is where morality and economic growth flows through, so he'd like to see it grow. >>steve: bill clinton, when he came up with the path off of welfare, it was like let's get jobs. right? >> i don't think he came up with it. i think the house came up with it and i think he became part of it. and it worked. requiring people to work for welfare. so it's a mystery why obama is undoing those sorts of huge moves forward we had in welfare reform. >>steve: this bill would say you can still get your payments but you don't have to do anything? >> the chances of obama signing such a bill
that is burdensome. the federal government saying that those laws are still needed to make sure that everyone has a part of the franchise and is able to vote freely. we'll hear from him today. he had no idea that america will be fighting and refighting so many fights that he thought would be settled. part of what he will talk about today, but also recognize this area's role in the civil rights movement. >> victor, do we have a sense of how big these crowds are going to be and how they might compare to other years? >> historically, thousands of people here at what is called the bridge crossing jubilee in selma. so many come to recognize what happened on march 7th when about 600 peaceful protesters tried to make that 54-mile walk from selma to montgomery, but got as far as the bridge when they were beaten down. 17 had to go to the hospital. one was congressman john lewis. he will be here today. in the past we've seen presidents and president clinton in the last few months of his administration. he was here in 2000 and 2007 barack obama and hillary clinton were here at the start of the 2008 presiden
at all. under the good samaritan law in california, show with not have had any liability at all if she helped this 87-year-old person and perhaps something led to injury. it is just shocking us and perhaps shocking you at home as well. >> nick valencia, thanks so much. >>> forced spending cuts, now rate, but the markets have barely taken notice. the dow finished higher on friday. doesn't mean there won't be an impact. hal sirkin, the boston consulting group. how mike this tright this trick the economy? >> it will begin with basic spending cuts that have already taken place what we call sequestration. it's gonna continue on in a little bit in about 27 days from now in which we will start to see layoffs and furloughs of government workers. when those government workers stop getting paid, they will start to stop buying things and when they stop buying thing, of course, we will see more of the economy spiral down. the potential here is for about a 1.5 to 2% drop in gdp relative what it would have been and that would be pretty dangerous for our economy. if you remember, right, fourth quarte
they were foreclosed on despite federal laws prohibiting this from happening while their loved ones were serving overseas. alison kosik joins us from the new york stock exchange. how did this happen, alison? >> reporter: this is like a bad movie that never ends. this goes back to the housing crisis, many families still dealing with the effects. and "the new york times" is saying that 700 military members wrongly lost their homes in 2009/2010. this is just a small fraction of americans who lost their homes to foreclosure wrongfully, since millions in total were foreclosed on. it doesn't make it any less painful. jp morgan, wells fargo, bank of america -- they all foreclosed on 200 military members who shouldn't have been in the first place. 100 of them have their mortgages with citigroup. this violates service members civil relief act. that is the federal law, which protects military members from foreclosure while they were on duty. "the new york times" says the numbers haven't been release the publicly. here's why it's all coming to light. these big banks are abuses, par8 billion settlem
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in an effort to compromise. they are hoping gop law americas will cooperate after they begin to see the effects of the cuts. in his weekly address the president blamed the sequester on the gop. >> it is happening was congress helps reduce the deficit. this week they decided special interest tax breaks for the well off well connected is more important than protecting our military and middle class families from these cuts. >> yet another crisis looming at the end of this month when the government could cut down when there's no agreement. >>> 4 minutes after the top of the hour. time to look who is talking this morning. we are hearing from former presidential candidate mitt romney. >> romney sitting down with fox news sunday in an exclusive interview. this is the first since he lost the election. he talked about what life has been like since the campaign and he addressed the issue of sequestration. he has been critical the role has played in the negotiations so far. we should have a deal but politics gets in the way. >> today what we have seen is the president campaigning the american people aroun
law allows for immediate suspensions if there is a potentially dangerous situation. >>> the next story is one that is pretty hard to believe, an elderly woman unconscious on the floor, needing cpr or she will die. nobody is willing to help. nobody, they say they can't. it is apparently policy at this senior assisted living center. 911 tapes tell the story, and kelsey thomas of cnn affiliate, kget in bakersfield, california has the report. >> fire department what is your emergency please? >> yes, we need someone out at glennwood gardens as soon as possible, we have a lady with heart problems -- >> what is the address. >> she's unconscious and barely breathing. fire and ambulance crews are on the way. it takes about four minutes of question and answer for tracy halverson to assess the situation. >> we need to get cpr started. >> we can't do the cpr to this facility. >> then hand the phone to a passerby. if you can't do it -- give the phone to anybody there can do cpr. give them the phone, please. i understand if your facility is not willing to do it, give the phone to a stranger, this wo
that no open container law and san francisco is not hard to find will open containers some people try to be discreet. and others not so the story. with a little harder lemonade. and you can rest assured that if you see a sign that says do not feed the birds, you will always find someone feeding them. it is like seeing a sign that reads no stopping with the vehicle stopped right next to it. if you come to fisherman's wharf bring a good book and enjoy the sights but always be aware of your surroundings. in san francisco family robert kron 4 news--stanley roberts kron 4 news. >> now time the kron 4 tech report with gabe slate . >> koodoo is a you need smart phone application getting a lot of buzz. >> it is the first company that makes it easy to share on an informed of live abuse of the world. >> the idea to be able to see any public place in the world to other people sparked on camera streaming live video. >> seeing the world as it happens. >> the start of theup behind it.... >> the idea is to see what is going on in public places. all these green dots in this map of san francisco are l
and different laws in different states when you're running your health care rights to your employees, your benefits. i think the single biggest reason though, phil, this generation of people under the age of 30 care deeply about these kinds of denial of rights issues or tolerance issues in our country. >> where does that, however, play in with the corporate world? i mean, a lot of these corporations are global. we have, for example, a rights issue here in the united states. but what about china? have they been involved in that and we've not known it or is this something new? >> that's an interesting question. take a company like apple who has signed on in support, they're embroiled in significant worker rights in china. it doesn't make sense for a company like apple for them to say i'm going to go to china and protect my worker rights but not going to look at the rights of my employees here in this country. so i don't think the gay right issue is an issue for them in china or burma but they are still looking at human rights issues in countries they o
are groundless. our beers are in full compliance with all alcohol labeling laws. we proudly adhere to the highest standards in brewing our beers. i asked greg, who procures beers for several restaurants and bars in washington about macrobrewers practices? >> large brew houses it is somewhat commonplace to quote, unquote, dilute the beer. however what they're doing is, take, for example, if you had 1,000 barrels of beer, you know, like 2,000 kegs' worth of beer and you brew that to say 6.5%, 7%, and then you cut it with some water before bottling, you could bring it down to somewhere between 4% and 5%. >> and that doesn't mean your mislabeling it. not at all. you get it to the level you want and then you label it that way. >> reporter: he says that practice enables the major brewers to make and sell more beer out of their original ingredients. it gives the beer a cleaner taste and it's not deceptive as long as you label it accurately. i asked an anheuser-busch official if the company engages in that program. he said he couldn't comment beyond their written statement. brian todd, cnn, washington. >
does not happen very often. >> reporter: but this isn't the first time the law has lucked out this way. washington police nabbed alleged car thief wesley strom in 2012 after he pocket dialed 911 four times. in january, it took florida deputies ten minutes to zero in on 19-year-old matthew dollerhide after his chat about allegedly selling prescription drugs was overheard by dispatchers. >> i want one pill out of it. >> reporter: usually a butt dial gets a quick hangup, but not from a 911 operator, they keep listening. tonya rivero, abc news, new york. >> not good. >> i've always said this, they're criminals not because they're smart. >> and the moral of the story, next time you're doing a drug deal, put the phone on lock. >> and the officers could be heard, the phone call was so long that the dispatcher had a chance to hear what was going on -- >> get some doughnuts and coffee on the way over. >> oh, man. >> i just got an abc blackberry not long ago and the first manager i put in the contact i butt dialed him like five times. i had to delete him. save them. woolite everyday, cleans your
to legalzoom.com today and make your business dream a reality. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. >>> welcome back, everybody. we are back with author and philanthropist, bill cosby. and also the mayor of birmingham joining us as well. let's talk about the voting act. the constitutionality of that has been discussed. you heard justice scalia say this. i think it's attributable, very likely attributable to a phenomenon that's called perpetuation of racial entitlement. whenever a society adopts racial entitlements, it's difficult to get out of them through the normal political process. basically, he's saying the voter rights act was a racial entitle many. justice kennedy said it's time to get rid of it. the marshall plan was good too, the northwest ordinance -- he's being very sarcastic there -- but times change. what do you make of this. >> when you look at politics, there's still an effort to repress the vote, particularly the african-american vote. when you look at issues surrounding registration, what time you can vote, whether or not there's early voter registration, identific
illegal, that's the law. that's the income, that's what you pay. >> absolutely -- >> he doesn't have a salary. if he had a salary, he'd pay 39%. >> if he were a waiter, he'd be pay a higher tax rate than the 14% he's paying as a multimillionaire. perfectly legal but it's an outrage. >> a perfect example of why we are in so much trouble. that is a statement of fiscal policy. you can't say this enough, that washington's consumed with who should pay how much tax, how much more tax, and who should get how much less benefit. meanwhile, we have an economic crisis. we're now entering year six. and it is not met by increasing taxes and cutting spending in this year. you want to get to prosperity first. and the idea that you're going to say, what we're going to organize the country around is resenting what mitt romney had. >> it's not what he has, it's what he refuses to pay. well, the loophole he takes advantage of legally. that's an outrage. fundamental fundamentally, mitt could have done that as well. he created million also of jobs in china and made millions himself. he could have said, l
to play for a while. despite that no onopen container law and san francisco is not hard to find, well open containers some people tried to be discreet. others not so discreet, with a little harder lemonade. and you can rest assured that if you see a sign that says do not feed the birds, you always find someone feeding them. it is like seeing a sign that reads no stopping with the vehicles that are next to it. if you come to a fisherman's wharf, bring a good book and enjoy the sights but always be aware of your surroundings. >> lanes restrike are the weekend northbound and their fifth at the new viaduct. traffic has been slow to the area of morning. chp very early on received reports that the board not making the lane changes properly and were swerving out of the new marred lanes. they were worrying about an accident but we have been lucky with no crashed this morning. drive times are running about 626 minutes here in the northbound direction. -- 26 minutes. that is still a current drive time here. 580 makes a great alternate route as there are no longer any delays through downtown to the m
. >> the long paw of the law. fortunately, no -- that would have been so clever had i said it right no one was hurt when the gun went off, including ivan the dog. >> will ivan be the subject of internal affairs investigation. >> great it was facing the other direction. it could have been a trajin ending. >> and this weekend's episode of "the next list." >>> a neuroscientist on the fast track to the future. >> we see animals learning to communicate with other animals using brain-to-brain interface. people who have speech impairments because of strokes or tumors or lesions on the brain, and this is a prototype of what could be a new way for patients to communicate. >> the next list, this sunday at 2:30 eastern. >>> 19 minutes past the hour. stocks keep climbing higher and higher, is now the time to become a buyer? we'll have a closer look for you. [ male announcer ] the lexus command performance sales event has begun. ♪ featuring the lexus gs and is performance lines. because control is the ultimate expression of power. ♪ get great values on your favorite lexus models, during the command
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